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and evening. i'm here in petta luma. folks here using this break between systems that is to gather up sandbags. most people here today have had experience with homes and their businesses flooding before. first sis till rolled through and left signsoc[x behind. like here, along occidental, camp meeker road. the fire department had to come out and clear tree autos we had a couple trees coming down. the storm started getting ground dirty. and wet. and they fall. we get out here and pick them up, every time.a6ld >> heavy rain didn't cause a lot of problems but did produce minor flooding like here. a common trouble spot in the winter. downtown, residents loaded up some sandbags to protect property. next series of systems steps up off the northern california coast. >> in the past 15 years, at least two, three times the building has gone underwater. >> try toss get 50 back. >> why? >> there are many doors around the building. just a different number will not be enough. >> a large numberr?=p of carps -- tarps went out of the door. >> waiting for the storm. and then, everybody wants to jump on it. >>
,700 people without power. i just talked to p and g and they tell us there's about 150 customers in the dark. they expect to have them back online by 7:00 a.m. >>> storm number one went through during the morning commute. it made a mess. it was wet and windy the check out the rainfall totals. not a heavy rain event as far as winter storms, but it was went. over an inch in santa rosa. what does it mean? well we're doing real well year to date. 102% in santa rosa. 106% of average in san francisco. 59% of average in san jose. here's a promise i will make you. when we come back on monday, all the averages are going to be well over 100% of average. 100, 125% of average. your complete forecast coming up. >>> crews worked to remove a tree that is leaning on some power lines. >> there was kind of a flash boom and the power went out. >> the tree that fell is in the 1300 block of brown street and came down during the high winds and rain this morning. neighbors say it took pg&e nearly four hours to arrive and turnoff the power. >> the lake is full. at 100% of capacity before today's rain which is expec
powerful storm arrives. i'm dan ashley. get ready for the next round of storms that could bring us rain everyday until sunday. sandhya patel is tracking it. she is here. >> the showers beginning to increase in the north bay on live doppler. we have our own radar and you can see light showers right around cloverdale, ukiah and 101. we have a stronger storm coming and it will be a slow moving system. this is the storm that will bring us heavy rain. we have a third system that is due in this weekend. i want to show you the second system first. the one that is going to affect us first thing tomorrow morning. at 5:00 a.m. the north bay and doesn't shift south very quickly. it will take its time. at 1:00 p.m. most of the focus of the light rainfall in the north bay. by evening things started to change. we started to pick up moisture across the coastline and more rain moves in bayh 5:00 p.m. tomorrow. when all is said and done the rainfall totals are impressive. i'll be back with the details on that. applause look what concerns we have is flooding, advisories and warnings. >> dan: this is what
be in. two more acts will be leaving the competition. that will leave us with your top 6. who is it going to be? that's up to you america. also, last year's "x factor" runner up, josh krajcik, and the amazing alicia keys. that's all tomorrow night at 8:00, 7:00 central. stay tuned for your local news. from all of us here at "the x factor," good night, everyone. s. >>> storm clouds gather beneath tonight's full mune. the first storm moved through today and a bigger storm can coming up. >> we are on storm watch as the bay area braces for the next wave of rain. the next series of storms is forecasted to be much stronger than today. bill martin is tracking the next storm's arrival. we begin in the south bay with. >>> it was a windy day here, so much that the wind toppled this tree. this is just some of the mess left behind. >> reporter: it's a muddy walk from the door to the driveway at this family's home in san jose. the remodel is going to stay like this. >> it's pushed things back. hauling things out, he couldn't bring in a tractor because there was so much mud. >> reporter: th
to the airport. stay with us on ktvu channel 2 morning news for up to the minute coverage for the next round of heavy rain. we will be here four for your neck mobile device. >>> family members have the mental capacity of a 6-year- old. cheyenne white left her group home and walked to the bart station. they spotted her talking to 6 men before losing track of her. she is described as 5-foot 4 and is 140 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. if you have any information call oakland police. >>> they are investigating a man shot to death inside a car after 8:00 last night. they went there after hearing gunshots. so far no arrests have been made. >>> apple now has a deal with a developer on stevens creek boulevard. they reported the existing buildings at that location will be demolished and replaced. they are not saying if it will be a permanent facility or something else. >>> winning tickets were sold in missouri and arizona. california didn't have a chance. we don't have power here but you will have a chance at 5:45. >>> they tried avoiding the fiscal cliff. they are meeting to discuss how
police, swat police ended a standoff with a wanted man by using flash bang grenades. there you see windows were shattered at this home near holly park. the standoff involved the suspect accused of injuring a police officer by ramming a patrol car during a chase yesterday afternoon. police lost track of that man until someone called the police hours later. >> later that evening at about 8:30 p.m., police got a tip that the same suspect was in a residence on the 100 block of appleton. >> the standoff started about 10:45 and there you see police arrested the man. he had spent time in federal prison and has connections to gangs in san francisco. >>> san jose police were called out to a fire at a home where marijuana plants were found growing inside. the police did not issue any citations because they sate person at the home had a medical marijuana card and was growing the marijuana legally. he had about five or six plant that were found in the garage. it was a small fire. it did burn part of the garage though. firefighters were able to put it out and nobody was hurt. >> problems wit
. >> reporter: police have not released his name. they did tell us his prior sentence was for a firearms violation. he's 24 with ties to a local gang. the police car an that was hit was damaged but no police officers were hurt. again, he's now booked in jail. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> driving to work this morning you were able to drive the limit, right? >> oh sure, just a little below actually, like i normally do. >> not as wet as yesterday. another storm is coming. >>> good morning. i ran into a shower this morning. they are outr;'iñ there, few and far between. live doppler shows most of the activity in the north bay. a few showers moving over into american canyon, through sonoma and napa, these are very light and brief this is all in advance of our next system the winds are going to kick up throughout the afternoon out of of the south because of that we are starting out middle 50 redwood city 57 san jose as well as the coast and downtown we are looking at temperatures today to stay on the mild side this is a system coming from the pacific that will allow for temperatures to stay
chambers joins us with the new plan. good afternoon, paul. >>reporter: good afternoon. members of the city council rules and legislation committee talked about the plans that they say is needed to make the city of oakland a lot safer. there's a population of 400,000 people, but only 626 officers on the street. some of the things being proposed, oakland police are moving 20 officers to the streets, but before that they have to hire 20 civilians to take their place. they're also working on a contract that would let police patrol the streets and building an academy. >> our police officers will be able to respond much quicker and there will be a much more visible presence. >>reporter: these issues will go before council. n january for a vote. i'll continue to work on this story. coming up at 5, you'll hear from the police chief about the proposals. >>> we're back on storm watch this noontime preparing for the next weather disturbance to hit the bay area. it is expected to be bigger than the fast moving storm that moved through yesterday. two more storms are on their way, and they're both going
, to contra costa county. p.g. is telling us that there are about 15,000 customers that lost power this evening in the bay area, but again it was rain throughout the first half of the day. and boy, that's exactly what our chief meteorologist bill martin called for. bill, you told us that it would clear up by noon, and it did. >> [inaudible] that gave us a break -- the heaviest an inch of rain -- the upshot to that, the rainfall came under the estimates. so the rain not as heavy as expected. so that's good for the first of these heavy weather systems. if you take a look at the rainfall systems, heavy rain, but livermore, quarter of an inch. just an inch of rain in lowland. we're getting a break, there's the system as it moves out of the area. and you see that blue sky, we're going to get about scoffers of dry in the bay area. we've got all the live radars going, we've got reno, and sacramento, and looking for rain, the next system's going to come in here and it's going to come in as twice as strong as the other. i'm going to have all the details when i come back. i'm going to time t
to the scene after several large trees fell across the road. fire crews in occidental used their chainsaws to clear the road. according to one fireman, toppled in wet and windy weather. he also said they were lucky the downed trees didn't pull down any power lines. >>> the weather caused major problems with sfo. they are still trying to catch up tonight. mike meback is at the airport and how sfo had to reconfigure its runways. mike? >> the airport definitely took a hit. right now it's getting a break from the weather. quite a day from the folks upstairs. passengers coming in the afternoon, they are starting to roll in. >> a wild wednesday at san francisco international. hundreds of passengers greeted with at least 90 cancellations and dozens of delays for westbound folks. >> 10:15, 9:45. >> out in the tarmac, planes were stacked in a line inching their way toward clearance and once they got up, air traffic control said it was a bumpy flight. >> and has not beep a good ride around romeo 464. >> low clouds and fog, rain. >> gusty winds meant immediate changes out of the airport. >> when it d
extra enforcement. ñÑ is just like tomorrow and the next day. you'll see us, definitely out in force. >> you have a branch, i heard a crack back there. i am sure something else has come down. as long as it doesn'tfgká hurt anyone, it's a good thing. it does cause issues. >> and this time it was a power line across highway 9. it had been brought down by a falling tree. highway 9 is the main artery throughout the valley. traffic backed up for miles in both directions. the fire department did take advantage of an empty business which had a parking lot and may yut rise that to allow alternating one way flow of traffic. it was quite a mess. as you might imagine that, downed power line created problems for businesses in the area. we'll have that coming up in just one hour. reporting live on highway 17th. >> residents are helping the city weather storm drains in the neighborhood. it's part of an adopt a thought program. keeping storm drains clear of debris helps the city focus on critical storm-related problems such as downed trees. one volunteer says she got involved because drains in the
santa gap. the gap between storms will be helpful as we go through the next 24 hours. it will give us a chance to dry out as the next significant weather system is offshore. next one looks to be stronger than the last one. it shows no rain right now. when we come back tomorrow night at 10:00, showing rain in the north bay. i have the specifics, latest commuter model timing of the next strong storm. i'll see you in a few minutes. >>> a section of the great highway has to be shut down because of flooding in san francisco. new at 6:00, ktvu david stevenson is live in the city, in the trouble spots where the workers are keeping a close eye on tonight. david? >> that's right. the sandbags are the city's front lines against flooding, es specially in the neighborhood that was hit hard earlier this year. >> under gray skies and falling rain, san francisco's department of public works this morning rushed to release sandbags to residents. the city stockpile several hundred bags for distribution. >> given out approximately 200 sandbags so far. clearing catch basins and the areas flowing leaves.
that president obama's controversial plan to move detainees to the u.s. could work. she says 373 people, charged or convicted of terrorism, are already held in u.s. facilities without security problems. and the report says the defense department has room for more. >> guantanamo is a real stain on our country's image abroad. >> reporter: university of san francisco law professor peter is shooting a film project on the detention center. he's been to guantanamo and interviewed dozens of former inmates. he said moving the detainees stateside would make a difference. >> it could make the difference and maybe finally they will get a trial. >> i think americans would be on edge. >> reporter: but some people say the prospect of bringing terrorists to the u.s. pours salt into deep wounds of 9/11. >> the aftermath feels fresh, even though it's been years, and to have them, in essence, living on the same soil, it's just uncomfortable. >> reporter: the report says guantanamo bay detainees could be held in six facilities that are only half full and the centers would have to be modified first to improve secur
. claudine wong is at the university to tell us what is wrong and what is being tonight to fix those phones, claudine in. >> well the eye tee is safe and if could you run, it would get you to a dispatch and they could get you help. a student who was stabbed off campus used one of these phones to call for help. here is the problem, a lot of these phones break down quite a bit. i am not even sure if this phone is working. the lights are supposed to be flashing. i asked the san francisco police department if this phone was asking and to be perfectly honest, i didn't want to press the button because it is like calling 911. when they find out it is not working they will put a big sign on it. but when there is rain, they are looking for a quick fix. they are looking at this problem they want fixed. we will be dealing with the police department this morning and we are trying to talk to students and we will keep you updated on this story on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> later today, they are voting whether to recognize the palestinians as a non member state. they are celebrating and why the
gambles. i'm going to keep my money safe in the stock market. >> now is the time for us to work on what we all agreed to, which is let's keep middle class taxes. we don't have a lot of time. >>> secretary geithner is up on capitol hill to lead negotiations on the fiscal cliff talks. >> you're not going to grow the economy if you raise taxes on the top two rates. that's not the right approach. >>> string of nasty storms barreling into the west coast. powerful winds have started knocking out power. >> just need to get to the other side of town. i don't have a choice. >> picked a bad day to do it? >> yeah. >> u.s. embassy in cairo is closed. the entrance is blocked by protesters as clashes erupt nearby. >> zebra and s hechlt tland pony ran wild through the streets of new york city. they apparently escaped from a petting zoo. >>> nypd says actress lindsay lohan has been raefed and charged with assault. >> three, two, one. >> only nbc would make a television event out of plugging something in. >> all that -- >> oh, humphries and rondo get into it. officials trying to get control here. >> don't
sandbags. the department of public works, a representative is here to tell us about the program. how does it work, justin? >> the station is here available to residents 24 hours a day 7 days a week which is new for us n prior years the station was only available monday through friday. >> reporter: how does it work as far as filling up the bags? >> well, as you can see you can either come with a partner or do it yourself. there's a 25-bag limit for residents and business here in the city. >> do you have any areas prone to flooding in concord? we have two major storms coming in between thursday and sunday. >> yeah, we have some areas in northern concord near the naval weapons station property that there is some flooding from time to time with heavy rains. >> reporter: all right. so i know you have a lot of preparations to do cleaning out some gutters. thank you for your time this evening. and again we are here in concord but you can check with your own chamber of commerce about free sandbagging for residents and businesses. reporting from concord, roberta gonzales, cbs 5. >>> much more on
was immense and this building happened to be at the base all the structures around us are elevated a few feet here is like in the valley. >> west of santa rosa in the ton of occidental, trees fell yesterday in ground that is already saturated, authorities say they are preparing for more downed trees they expect the next two storms to pack a stronger punch than the first. >>> marin county crews on standby for the next several days, a few areas still experience flooding caused by high tide and rain yesterday like sir francis drake boulevard san anselmo and intersection of highway one-on-one 01 in mill valley. as a -- precaution workers are disputing sandbags in the mission district to protect businesses and homes, folsom street former lagoon, rainwater trickles from other neighborhoods in the past it has caused flooding the city has a multi-million dollar plan in the works to help keep the mission from flooding. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage on the storm getting ready to hit the bay area, track the storms yourself with live doppler 7 hd at abc7news.com. >>> san francisco police ha
for his arrest. >>> agree operation sparked a fire early this morning. claudine wong joins us now from the scene with what she has learned from police this morning, claudine? >> police tell us it was a legal grow and they were growing a small amount inside their home. this is about where the house is and firefighters left the scene and left within a few minutes. it was fairly business out here for a few hours and they put the fire out and got the call when the person inside the home saw smoke and crackelling coming from a loft area. they say there was some debris which made it hard to get to the fire at first but they were able to put it out 30 minutes from the time they first got the call. they spoke to the homeowner and resident who lived there, they said they had a medical marijuana license and they checked and did confirm the validity. >>> they had an at -- they had an alternative area they can live and they will be able to secure the electric into the facility. at this point we are making sure all the is are dotted and the. thes are -- it is are crossed. now the last firefighter l
is job one. >> the california emergency management agency reminds us this weather provides a good reason to make sure that we are ready for rainy season or a natural hazard. we're encouraged to have our kits stocked with items including radios and flashlights and of course, batteries. a three day supply of food and water for everybody in the family. and a can opener, prepare guidelines for stocking your kit ask developing a plan for your family for you on abc 7 news.com. >> more weather coverage coming up. happening now, police have surrounded the home of a man suspected of shooting and killing an animal control officer. the officer went to a home in the town this morning to pick up pets from a man when had been evicted and said he had no place to kep keep the animals. as the officer approached a shotgun blast tore through the door, right into his chest. the gunman believed to be the evicted man. the house supposed to be empty at the time. >> for the second time in two days a san jose school employee being credited with saving lives in a burning vehicle. abc 7 news joins us with the stor
spots are still flooded. cbs 5 reporter da lin shows us that includes a stretch of the great highway tonight. >> reporter: they had to shut down the great highway because of standing water from lincoln to slope. this traffic signal is buried in 7 feet of sand. the high winds blew the beach sand on the road. a combination of heavy downpours and high winds flooded streets and knocked out power around the bay area this morning. >> it was pouring down rain. >> reporter: high winds brought down this large tree limb in saratoga. pg&e officials say this 28-foot section shut down traffic on thelma avenue and knocked out power to about 200 homes in the neighborhood. pg&e crews hope to have electricity here restored by 7:00. same problem in pacifica. pg&e crews say 7 outages in the coastal city darkened about 1200 homes and business. >> we are the first guys to get wind right off the ocean. so it's more gusty than you get over the hill or even in san francisco. we're like the front line as far as that's concerned. >> reporter: some small business owners had to shut down their stores. >> hardwa
on top of this truck here in newark as the storms continue throughout the week. please e-mail us your photos. you can also share them on our facebook page or twitter feed. >> we will get as many on the air as we can. stay with abc news for continuing coverage as the series of storms moves in. live coverage continues at 4:30 a.m. with abc7 morning news and we will have live updates for you all day long. >>> highway 880 is now open, though inspectors are on the scene evaluating the marina boulevard overpass. it may be examined by two crushed cars that fell off the back of a truck 2:30 this afternoon. inspectors had to shutdown two lanes on 880 while they investigated. those lanes reopened in the last hour. a couple of cars actually crashed into those crushed cars that fell off the truck. one lane on marina boulevard remains closed as inspectors continue to do their work, but traffic is moving once again. >>> and late today prison officials denied parole for one of the kidnappers. now fred woods seen in prison abducted school children in 1976. they drove them to a quarry in livermore and
francisco giants barry bonds. despite his conviction for interim with a steroid investigation. jason, let us talk about the 49ers >> :kaepernick. for the third straight week. and a media presence as we will see fit the headquarters for the announcement that everybody knew was coming. the cameras and in the santa clara. kaepernick has been handpicked and its seems to be a more dynamic player. what makes this more interesting is that smith was playing so well as during his conse concussion about three weeks ago. he was the third highest paid at tom reedy, aaron rogers but they think that kaepernick will give the best for the team. >> the rationale for the quarterback is that we feel great about as a starting quarterback both have a current it. and alex, over a long. of time and virtue of a series of games we will go with kaepernick with a hot hand. and the alex. >> as i mentioned they are trying to keep the morale up. his decision the last couple of weeks is showing the and. here is kaepernick after hearing the news. >> i do not know if it is a hot hand or whatever you want to call it but i am
to the shore. much of this rainfall will be associated and it will be missing us to the north. here is what we expect with the dry conditions overnight in a chance of rainfall throughout the day. but it will not press in and tell 10:00 p.m.. timing it out on futurecast and more storms coming up. >> the north bay was first to get hit with the wet weather. this was earlier in in san rafeal. slick conditions. terisa estacio visit live terisa? >> the conditions are dry right now but as you mentioned it was different earlier. that was from the heavy downpour with conditions near the concerns. >> this was a sign that face many in the north bay as the first major storm. there is here, and a sausalito along the 1 0 1. the set of orange cones and there were on the ready to put up more as the day wore on. flooding concerns sent out sandbags several people lined up their storefronts like this posh boutiques. this massive winter storm caused previous winter storm. >> these are six sandbags that we set up last night that the town with available to us. we have them a sitting here in case we need them this w
of mud from that broken pipe and joins us live with more. >> reporter: daly city is one example of how cities can't afford to keep up with the old infrastructure. now civil injuries are saying basically we should prepare for more natural catastrophes here in the bay area. poor welds and lack of inspecial caused the explosion an incineration of a san bruno neighborhood years ago. putting off maintenance is not an option but they can't afford to do it. we are told more aging pipes could be in the area. injuries didn't look favorably on the infrastructure. the grade they gave for urban stormwater and flood control was a low d. in order to keep up, the bay area needs to spend nearly $3 billion. lawmakers say raising taxes is controversial but it's the best option. they voted in berkeley to pay higher property taxes to fix roads and other problems in the infrastructure. so engineers say at this point it could be a cautionary tale. pay up now or pay more down the road. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> thank you. >> go to cbssf.com/weather to see hi-def doppler in your own neighborhood. >>> 5:06. let
coming at us a little differently. yesterday one was parallel to the coastline, this one is perpendicular so it's going to slide in toward the bay area and all that moisture had train right through bringing very heavy rainfall. so it's going to be windy and very wet especially in the latter half of the day. lots of clouds out there right now. again, a chance of some scattered showers throughout the day. i think more numerous toward the afternoon. this is 2:00. you can still see the front still up in this direction and then it starts to sag to the south. as it does, we are going to see some very heavy rainfall developing overnight tonight but it's a slow-moving storm system and that's the concern because it's going to have a lot of time to dump a tremendous amount of rainfall maybe 2 to 4" in some wetter spots and more than that in the mountains. flooding more of a concern in the coming days. more on the weather coming up. thank you. >>> the north bay taking the brunt of the first round yesterday. they had as much as 2" of rain in parts of marin county. pg&e crews were busy restoring elect
apartment. she screamed and he ran out. the only description of him that police are giving us is that he was wearing dark clothing. >> being thorough, obviously this is a serious crime. this something that happens often. as a matter of fact this is an isolated incident as far as we are concerned now. >> reporter: also right now the woman is at the police station being interviewed. police hope they will learn more about what happened here in the middle of the night. to that end, they are interviewing neighbors. live in palo alto, katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> 6:01. notice she was high and dry there. >> yes, but there is a possibility for showers this morning, right? >> that's right. let's check in with meteorologist lisa argen. >>> good morning. waking to light showers north bay by kelseyville, cloverdale, damp in sonoma, napa, a few light showers south around marin, showers remain pretty much far off the coast because the main activity look to the north this is where we have heavy showers, rain, thunderstorms, gusty winds. this is what is heading south throughout the day today long the
're working with the victim to try to get a better description before they release that to us. >> do we know how he got in? was her door open? >> they're not shore or least they're not releasing to us how he got an. this is a standard part of this a investigation. >> is there any indication this guy is arm? >> no indication at this point. it is being kept under wraps, it is still part of the investigation. one centel's once she gets to a better friend of mine hopefully she'll be able to answer a lot of those questions. >> hopefully she will be ok. >> around to it is today. don't be fooled it is drying out but it won't be for much longer. >> that's right we will see this until later on tonight. it will begin in the north bay first. there're a lot clouds associated with this system and they're certainly going to pack a punch. it will be a lot heavier than we saw yesterday and we could see up to 10 to 12 hours of heavy rain overnight waking up tomorrow morning. that is a look at the satellite and radar picture. yesterday system is out of our hair relatively early it did not even last until the
of a palestinian state in the west bank in order to get israel back to the negotiation table. meanwhile the u.s. insists direct negotiations with israel. >> path to a two-state solution is through jerusalem and ramallah, not new york. >> israel's prime minister says u.n. recognition of an independent palestinian state would not advance the palestinians' quest for a homeland. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says palestinians first need to recognize israel as the jewish homeland, declare an end to their conflict and agree to security procedures that protect israel. >>> more talks are in the works on capitol hill in hopes of preventing the u.s. from falling off the "fiscal cliff." treasury secretary tim geithner and a white house aide plan to visit with the four house and senate leaders. they hope to find common ground on how to avert a series of tax increases and spending cuts scheduled to begin in january. >>> president obama will have lunch with mitt romney today the first time they meet face to face since their debate before the election. the event at the white house will be private.
in new line. is now 7:00 a.m.. he is joining us from palo alto where there is a scene of a bizarre case. >> a few officers are on the scene and they're trying to piece together what happened this apartment building. they stated that a woman in her 20s woke up to find a man and side of her apartment or around 2:20 a.m.. if they stated that she screamed at the suspect fled the scene. they have no word on whether not she was the only one inside of her apartment. she is ok and she is getting interviewed as a police station. at this point police are treating this as a burglary but they are not ruling anything out and the possibility that this was a sexual assault. >> this is a serious crime and it happens very often. as far as we are concerned is very critical. >> as far as the search goals they have crews and surrounding areas who was looking for a man who is wearing dark clothing. this is a very vague description. they do have canine units on scene and this did not lead them to anything. they are relying on anything that the victim can give us. when we get this information will bring
use to great each other that are so racist, homo phobic and have a length and accepted as accepted and we need to work together and we're dealing with a culture we are trying to shift and in san francisco we are proud of the work around the issue of tolerance but we look at it as prevention. we don't want to be responding to issues once they happen so we work very hard to build relationships that are truly centered around individuality in the schools so to be proactive we build these strong communities. we have conversations about our communities. our balance score cards at every one of our schools developed and revises every year has a component talking about a safety healthy community in it. we talk about fair processes. we talk about having conversations in circles so no one is ahead of the conversation, so we all have equal standing those conversations. our behavioral guidelines at schools have in are based on this notion of equity and equality and this notion we're going to treat efer everyone fairly and jill mentioned my former title and superintendent of social justice
to convince the u.s. by switching from bills to more durable corns makes more sense. this would be the first time the g l made the change--would not be the first time. dollar bills are considered to be easier and led to carry. >> 507 $9 million power of jackpot winning tickets were sold in missouri and arizona. they matched all six numbers. they have no information on the winter. the will of elsewhere in when it was sold at a news conference today. someone is now million dollars richer during an interview with fortune mayor explain " we literally are moving the company from blackberries to smart phones. one of the really important for ya hoo as strategy is mobile. that is why they are moving forward. >> we will take a quick break we will be back with more headlines. the time is 4:12. we have a lot of wet weather still to our north of that is headed our way we will be back with the timing in just a minute. >> we are back. 4:14 is the time. power is back on for mpg&e customers lost power yesterday. the wind was howling in the rain was falling off the coast. foremost, it was good reason to bat
you on the spot first just because i was so upset you left us when i was mayor and we tried to keep you, but i'm so happy for oakland. but, tony, you have any comments or questions for our two esteemed panelists, particularly ruslyn who has been saying so many nice things about you. you should reciprocate. >> we also have a really big investigation going in oakland. i'm not sure -- tony is right. be nice. >> thank you, yeah, good morning, everybody. thank you very much. so we are pretty deep in an investigation about the disproportionate suspension of african american males and the reason we have been able to engage so deeply is because of the understanding that unless we take a really deep healing approach, unless we look at the root issue, bullying will persist. so we said you need to have a universal goal that you can eliminate bullying but it's really about creating a caring school community. what i would ask, this question of definition, can you, though, ask for communities to come forward with what it would look like to be, what's the vision for youth in our cities across
, delays are expected. >>> problems already showing up today. earlier this afternoon, firefighters used chainsaws to cut chunks of fallen trees and get them off the road. in martinez, another tree came falling down near the junior high school causing power outages. crews advise drivers to use alternate routes while picking up their children from school earlier today. stay with us as we continue to track the storm. >>> new tonight at 11:00, oakland police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing teenager, 16-year-old shayien white walked away from a group home to coolidge avenue. she is considered at-risk because of her diminished mental capacity which they say is that of a 9 to 12-year-old. >>> oakland police recovering 36 shell casings from the scene where two girls were shot to death on sunday. loved ones of the victims in shock and mourning tonight. >> reporter: their hearts go out to the family of one of their own. school administrators announced that 15-year-old raquel gerstel was shot to death sunday morning. the second victim, her best friend, bobbie sartain. the dis
could tell us orton's experience and history of doing -- looking at other properties and where you've done your work. >> sure. this project is sometimes charged as a 270,000 square foot project. in actuality, it really is seven separate projects, seven different types of building construction. so, going into that, one type would be similar to the office building. the first one we saw, the building 101, the l-shaped building at the corner of illinois and 20th, that's a concrete building. office building, rehab. probably the most really typical building that with just completed in oakland is a 10-story mid rise, 1440 broadway t. was well reported in the news because unfortunately right after we bought it, the [speaker not understood] destroyed the building and it's right there occupy oakland. and we've come back and built that. we had that building to its historic pinnacle and it's absolutely beautiful. our lead tenant in it is a company, well known company in the east bay called oaklandish. that is a design company. well known design company. so, the two office buildings, 101, 104,
continue throughout the week. please e-mail us your photos. you can also share them on our facebook page or twitter feed. >> we will get as many on the air as we can. stay with abc news for continuing coverage as the series of storms moves in. live coverage continues at 4:30 a.m. with abc7 morning news and we will have live updates for you all day long. >>> highway 880 is now open, though inspectors are on the scene evaluating the marina boulevard overpass. it may be examined by two crushed cars that fell off the back of a truck 2:30 this afternoon. inspectors had to shutdown two lanes on 880 while they investigated. those lanes reopened in the last hour. a couple of cars actually crashed into those crushed cars that fell off the truck. one lane on marina boulevard remains closed as inspectors continue to do their work, but traffic is moving once again. >>> and late today prison officials denied parole for one of the kidnappers. now fred woods seen in prison abducted school children in 1976. they drove them to a quarry in livermore and locked them in a buried moferg van. the 26 children
about your project and with the schools. >> i want us to think about -- as the day we have been challenging ourselves what we can do to make a contribution, one of the things to think about is the way in which i'm trying to address the problem of sensitivity and there are some kids of different thresholds and definitions and everyone has the right to their emotional truth and we need kids to learn more social skills and resiliency and all of these things that i am doing and never would have done it and hit me in the last year or two. i was going to do a chapter -- i am and kids on the spectrum of autism andace perers and targeted or initiated into perpetrating, which i dealt with last week, are perpetrators and aggressors, so i wanted to work on that so i'm working with kids and with aspergers and autism and one thing that struck me is we need to be able on the flip side, so i'm now writing to kids when you are the one that has more of a thick skin, whatever you want to call it, how do you interact with kids who are more sensitive? just how do you do that? how do you recogniz
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